Van Gogh Museum


Shell sponsorship deal with Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum ends

The museum as well as the Mauritshuis in The Hague have stopped collaborating with the oil company by "mutual decision"

Revealed: Van Gogh's failed attempt at art dealing

New book argues that artist bought Japanese prints “not for pleasure but to deal in them”

Van Gogh Museum hunts four lost Gauguin paintings for new exhibition

The pictures were made during the artist's visit to the Caribbean island of Martinique

New Vincent van Gogh drawing discovered

Unearthing of Montmartre sketch leads to authentication of second work

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At least 45 Van Goghs may well be fakes: The Art Newspaper investigates

Sixteen of the doubted paintings are displayed in the Van Gogh museum; leading scholars to consider another 21 dubious works


The Overholland Collection to go on tour as it loses its home to Van Gogh

The works on paper will begin their nomadic existence at the Teylers Museum